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To have 100% compatibility between Notes and Outlook for custom repeat meeting modifications

When user wants to modify the repeat meetings sent to Outlook in custom way then there is some incompatibility issue due to fact that Outlook does not handle repeat sets in the iCalendar that are defined as RDATEs. Outlook only handles repeat sets defined as RRULEs. Notes Client allows repeat meetings upto 10 years as RDATEs while Outlook allows infinite repeat meetings and hence works only on RRULEs for infinite timeline. So there is an Enhancement Request that, Notes Client should also able to send the repeat meetings in RRULEs format so that it will be compatible for Outlook.

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  • Sep 12 2018
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    Thomas Hampel commented
    September 12, 2018 13:46

    Improvements are already planned for Domino V10. Just to note: its the server that will do the translation, not the client.

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    November 29, 2018 17:24

    Calendar interoperability, both ways between Exchange and Domino, needs improvement all around, but especially with repeating meetings - in particular when repeating meetings are modified, and especially when the modification is for one event out of the series.  It seems that making almost any single event change on ND results in unpredictable outcomes for Exchange users.